very good morning to you from all of us here. on friday. with the world's top headlines the u.s. government is fighting a legal effort to stop the force feeding of hunger striking detainees at guantanamo bay lawyers for several prisoners have appealed to a washington court to intervene but the administration says federal judges have no say on what happens at the camp. six months nearly two thirds of the inmates have now joined in the protest against alleged mistreatment without trial is the largest strike in the history and military doctors of force feeding forty five detainees to try and keep them alive the highly controversial practice has been condemned around the world but is still being defended by u.s. officials as a correspondent. now reports. the u.n.